The weather is set to be much kinder for us this weekend.
Biggest storm surge for 60 years hits Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Norfolk coasts
Westerly gales with gusts possible to 75mph Thursday
Chris Kiddey has spent the day in Whitby after the town and neighbouring Scarborough were badly hit by the storm last night.
The town of Boston has today been dealing with the impact of the biggest floods in living memory.
Its streets were swamped when its tidal river The Haven burst its banks. Unprecedented, according to Boston's Mayor, who today called for residents to work together to help people get back to normality in time for Christmas. David Hirst reports.
High tide has been and gone and the affected area in Wyberton has not flooded.
The breach of the defences has been repaired.
In Keadby near Scunthorpe hundreds of residents were advised to leave their homes as the River Trent overflowed. It even broke down the wall of the local pumping station. Adam Fowler reports.
It's been a difficult day for many communities on our East Coast as they deal with the aftermath of the storm surge.
But residents in one market town in East Yorkshire have two men to thank, for - in effect - saving them from potential flooding.
Because when John Daddy and Mike Goodhand spotted a hole in Howden's flood defences, they sprang into action, as Damon Green reports.
Homes currently at risk of flooding in Wyberton are to the east of Wyberton Low Road and North of Slippery Gowt Lane, which includes the Riverside Industrial Estate.
Anyone living in this area is advised to either move upstairs or if you are unable to do so or have no place of safety to go to, the emergency services will visit your property to assist. Call 01522 782189 if you need assistance.
Buses are also in operation to assist moving people from the area. The buses are travelling along the B1397, along Tytton Lane East, Wyberton Low Road and left back to the Spirit of Endeavour Pub.
Experts think the lowering of the Hull Barrier last night saved 19 thousand homes from being flooded. But still many homes and businesses have spent the day cleaning up. James Webster reports.